Bookish Alphabet Tag

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A tag from Mariana from FireHeartBooks call Bookish Alphabet Tag [a book title for each letter of the alphabet]. I thought it proper to put together this book tag immediately after participating in the Author A- Z Tag because it is similar. According to Mariana:

The only rule is the book you choose has to be in your shelf ; ) or if you’ve read it but don’t own it anymore you can use it too : )

Let us dive into it:

A    nywhere You Are,   Constance O’Day Flannery

B    ad Men,  John Connolly

C    an A Busy Christian Develop Her Spirituality, Arthur Briscoe

D   addy’s Little Matchmaker, Roz Denny Fox

E   mancipation, Sugar and Federalism, Claude Levy

F   oolish Virgins,  Rick Wayne

G   ilead, Marilynne Robinson

H   alfway Through Forever, Karen Kingsbury

I     Felt the Hand of God, V D Marshall

J    oyfully Single In a Couple’s World, Harold J. Sala

K    iss  A Girl In The Rain, Nancy Warren

L    ove Dating & Marriage, George Bloomer

M   istress, James Patterson & David Ellis

N    ever  A Bride,  Amelia Grey

O    ut of the Devil’s Pawnshop, Sid & Lilly Murray

P    aradise News,  David Lodge

Q    uestions Young People Ask,  Water Tower Bible

R    unaway Jury,  John Grisham

S    omeone Like You, Cathy Kelly

T    he Beautyful Ones Are Not Yet Born,  Ayi Kwei Armah

U    ncle Tom’s Cabin, Harriet Beecher Stowe

V    irgin On Her Wedding Night, Lynne Graham

W  hitethorn Woods, Maeve Binchy

X

our Captivating Heart, Staci Eldridge

Z


I used books that I may not have mentioned for other tags and memes. I do not want to sound redundant. By the way why do some many books titles begin with ‘The’?

I tag:

@Stephanie  from Adventures Of A Bibliophile   [if you have not done it and wish to]

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